A street food tour by bike in Ho Chi Minh is the best way to experience the Vietnamese kitchen like no other. Get on the bike and enjoy a wild ride of Ho Chi Minh traffic and cuisine.
Hike Mont Buet and enjoy world-class views of the Mont Blanc. Only 20 min. away from Chamonix you will find the trail that leads you to great heights, all the way up to the summit of Mont Buet.
Hiring a guide for your trek in Nepal has great advantages compared to a solo trek. In this article I’ll share 8 reasons why you should hire a trekking guide on your next trip in Nepal.
Not sure what to pack for your multi-day trek in Nepal? We've got you covered with the ultimate packing list. We will cover the must-haves, nice-to-haves and what to leave home. [Free print-out]
In the north of Nepal there is a perfect alternative for the giants like Mount Everest and Annapurna: Tsum Valley. While visiting this remote location you will experience original Buddhist culture and pristine mountain landscapes. Put your best foot forward and go look for the path of enlightenment.
From the designs of our Iphones to the office buildings in which we work: we are surrounded by Bauhaus. However many people have not heard of this influential designschool that mostly left its mark on architecture. Together with Tom Aussems, writer at Columbus Travel Magazine, I went on a Bauhaus-expedition in North Rhine-westphalia, where we discovered architectural beauty close to the Dutch borders.
Jeroen joined Sawadee in Indonesia, covering everything from volcanos, jungles and rice fields to beautiful beaches and wildlife. The total project covered three weeks spend in Java, Bali and Nusa Lembongan.
The Hortobágy region of Eastern Hungary has been a cradle of traditional agricultural and pastoral professions for 11 centuries, many of which have been tightly connected to the live stock. Shepherds herding horses, sheep, cattle, pigs and goose were the characteristic, nomadic or half-nomadic pastoral professions on the Great Plains or the “Puszta” (the Hungarian steppe). As the name suggests (“puszta” means barren or wasteland in Hungarian), life here has never been easy. The daily routine of the shepherds started around early dawn around sunrise and normally ended after sunset, with no weekends. While this has changed a bit, as present day shepherds have day-offs (regulated by labour laws), weekends are non-existent and they work around long hours in daily shifts. Some shepherds are half-nomadic, spending only the daytime outdoors, while others (for example cattle herders) are often fully nomadic, spending even weeks outdoors in the field with the live stock.
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